Category: HBCU News

Spelman Wellness Shifts Ground in 2014

Sixty two years ago, one of the many dreams of Sophia B. Packard and Harriet E. Giles came to fruition when Read Hall was completed under the leadership of Florence M. Read, the College’s fourth president. “It marked the fulfillment of a dream seventy years old, because even Miss Giles held in her heart the […]

DU underclassmen find curfew policies ‘ridiculous’ but safe


By: Kristin Livingston

Dillard students have mixed feelings about curfew for freshmen and sophomores, seeing it either as an attempt to instill mature behavior in students or rebutted as crippling students’ abilities to make responsible choices for themselves.

Dillard en…

DU underclassmen find curfew policies ‘ridiculous’ but safe


By: Kristin Livingston

Dillard students have mixed feelings about curfew for freshmen and sophomores, seeing it either as an attempt to instill mature behavior in students or rebutted as crippling students’ abilities to make responsible choices for themselves.

Dillard en…

Tigers outmatch Butler in the first round

Tennessee State football team advance to the FCS playoffs for the first time under Head Coach Rod Reed. The Tigers outmatched Butler Bulldogs in round one 31-0 on Saturday. The Tigers will advance to the second round of the FCS playoffs for a rematch against Eastern Illinois Panthers on Dec. 7.
Story By: LaToya Poore

Tigers Fall to USC Upstate

Tennessee State Mens basketball team star player, Patrick Miller led the team with 20 points and 7 rebounds. Miller and the Tigers were short on Saturdays game against Upstate Spartans (5-3) 64-73. The Tigers (0-8) has lost their third road game in a row and will host a home game against Alabama A&M (1-4) on Dec. […]

Bayou Classic


By: DIANA SEPULVEDA40th anniversary of festivities and football

 

As the month of November starts to sink in and people around the country prepare for Thanksgiving or the infamous Black Friday frenzy, natives of Louisiana and HBC…

Rival showdown in Big Easy


By: KEVIN KEISEG-Men looks to end the season on a good note by beating Southern in the Bayou Classic

 

Looking to build off the current offensive surge, the G-Men have one last obstacle to overcome on the gridiron before their season concludes: the Bayou Classic.